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7 perfect pups to adopt now in New Orleans

7 perfect pups to adopt now in New Orleans
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on December 20, 2019.

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of precious puppies near yo up for adoption at animal shelters in and around New Orleans, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect new pal.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of puppies available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Harper, hound and Labrador retriever mix

Harper is a sweet male hound and Labrador retriever puppy being kept at Take Paws Rescue.

Harper loves other dogs. His ideal forever home would be a cat-free environment. He already has had all of his shots. He's mastered his house-training etiquette.

Harper's current caretakers say:

Harper is a 4-month-old lab/hound mix. He’s such a goofball and loves to play. He’s so spunky and full of personality. He knows sit, shake and "go to bed" to go in his crate. He loves to run around and likes to swim when it’s warm out! But he’s also okay with curling up after a long day for a long nap. He would do best in a home without cats but he loves other dogs. 

Apply to adopt Harper today at Petfinder.

Petey, Australian cattle dog and Staffordshire bull terrier mix

Petey is a male Australian cattle dog and Staffordshire bull terrier puppy in the care of Take Paws Rescue.

Petey gets along well with cats, dogs and children. He already has had all of his shots. Fear not: He is already house-trained.

Petey's current caretakers say:

Petey’s a ball of fire, as a puppy should be! He is some type of Staffordshire terrier mix with spots like a cattle dog or Dalmatian. He’s settling in perfectly and working on potty training! He loves playing with other dogs and squeaky toys. Good thing he’s so cute — he likes to squeak it at night! 

Read more about how to adopt Petey on Petfinder.

Bootsie, shepherd mix

Bootsie is a male shepherd puppy being kept at Take Paws Rescue.

Bootsie is a social butterfly, and he'll get along great with your cats, dogs and kids. He is already vaccinated.

Bootsie's current caretakers say:

Bootsie is a chunky shepherd mix who was born in November. His mom is an approximately 40-pound shepherd mixed breed. He will likely be medium-large full grown. 

Read more about how to adopt Bootsie on Petfinder.

Hershey, shepherd mix

Hershey is a male shepherd puppy being kept at Take Paws Rescue.

Hershey is friendly as can be, and he's happy to keep company with children, cats or dogs. Hershey has had all his shots.

Hershey's current caretakers say:

Hershey is a shepherd mix who was born in November. His mom is an approximately 40-pound shepherd mixed breed. He will likely be medium-large full grown. He loves to get in his water bowl during feeding time and it doesn’t phase him at all. 

Read more about how to adopt Hershey on Petfinder.

Sassafras, shepherd mix

Sassafras is a lovable female shepherd puppy staying at Take Paws Rescue.

Sassafras is the life of the party — she's happy to keep company with cats, dogs and children. Her vaccinations are already up to date.

Sassafras' current caretakers say:

Sassafras is a shepherd mix who was born in November. Her mom is an approximately 40-pound shepherd mixed breed. She will likely be medium-large full grown. She is very independent and likes to go explore on her own and get into things because she’s a big girl! Her tail curls up adorably. 

Read more about how to adopt Sassafras on Petfinder.

Two-Toes, shepherd mix

Two-Toes is a charming female shepherd puppy in the care of Take Paws Rescue.

Two-Toes is a social butterfly, and she gets along well with children, dogs or cats. Her vaccinations are already up to date.

Notes from Two-Toes' caretakers:

Two-toes is a shepherd mix who was born in November. Her mom is an approximately 40-pound shepherd mixed breed. She will likely be medium-large full grown. She was named after her back feet which each have two single toes that are white. She loves to tangle up with her brothers and sisters and play. 

Read more about how to adopt Two-Toes on Petfinder.

Caramel, shepherd mix

Caramel is a female shepherd puppy currently residing at Take Paws Rescue.

Caramel will get along great with your other dogs, cats and children. Caramel has been vaccinated.

From Caramel's current caretaker:

Caramel is a shepherd mix who was born in November. Her mom is an approximately 40-pound shepherd mixed breed. She will likely be medium-large full grown. 

Read more about how to adopt Caramel on Petfinder.


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